Letters: Jul. 2, 1928

Sacks

Sirs:

TIME—Vol. XI—No. 24—Territories—"The Pit". . . .

Those sacks that you see the natives carrying along the white, beautiful roads on Sunday morning contain, sometimes, cocks. . . . And, what about it? There is no doubt that you will find the same flask of bitter liquor, the knife, volleys of cheers and curses, and many other things in many another American sport. Cockfighting is one of their sports and they will stick to it, same as Americans stick to theirs.

I am a Porto Rican, proud of my country!

A. O. RIVERA

Lancaster,...

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